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Kownacki's late strike after beating the offside trap gave us an incredible final few minutes of drama in Dortmund. Two free-kicks and one corner for the away side in the final minutes of injury time were cleared by the home side, but not without moments of worry. In the end, a deserved win for Dortmund but once again, they made it far from easy for themselves.
SECOND HALF BEGINS
We're back underway in Dortmund for the second half. No changes at the break and as it stands, the title race will go down to the final day.
Last-second chance for Düsseldorf to level against Dortmund.
GÖTZE SMASHES HOME
The German's 7th of the season puts Dortmund two goals up.
FIGHTING FOR EVERY BALL
Both sides are going all out for this in the final minutes but Dortmund are staying on top for the most part.
BODZEK SENT OFF
The midfielder is sent off for a high tackle on Jadon Sancho.
FINAL 15 MINUTES
Neither side has been able to take a stranglehold of this game since Delaney's goal gave Dortmund their second lead of the game. Composure is needed to get either the win for Dortmund, or leveller for Düsseldorf...
Borussia Dortmund have become the first side in Bundesliga history to score at least two goals in each of their home matches in a single season.
The Dortmund star is on with half an hour to play, looking to give his side a two-goal cushion here in hope that Leipzig can do them a favour against Bayern.
Jacob Bruun Larsen
Lukebakio drags his penalty wide of goal after sending Hitz the wrong way.
PENALTY FOR FORTUNA
Tobias Stieler has given a penalty after a collision between Hitz and Lukebakio in the box. VAR is having a look at it.
DELANEY SMASHES HOME
The Dane's third goal of the season puts Dortmund back ahead. Alcacer latches onto the ball in the box and cuts it back for Götze with his back to goal. He lays off the ball for Delaney, whose shot is blocked, but the ball falls back to him and he finds the bottom corner with a lovely finish.
GUERREIRO ONLY FINDS RENSING
Great free-kick position for Dortmund with Alcacer, Bruun Larsen and Guerreiro standing over it. The left-footer goes for goal but only finds Rensing.
HITZ MISTAKE FOR FORTUNA
Suttner swings a cross to the near post of the Dortmund goal and Fink is on hand to head it at goal. It goes straight at Hitz, but the ball slips through his hands and over the line to bring the score level.
DORTMUND DOING THEIR JOB
With Pulisic's header, Dortmund are doing their part to keep the title race going to the final weekend of the season. However, Bayern remain level at the break in Leipzig. It means that the gap between the two sides is down to two points going into the final day, meaning the title could go either way on the final day next Saturday.
PULISIC PUTS DORTMUND AHEAD!
Guerreiro dinks a cross to the back post which is headed back across goal by Delaney, and Pulisic is on hand to head it past Rensing for his second goal in as many games.
BVB FLUFF THEIR LINES
Pulisic's low cross puts the ball perfectly across the box along the floor and as many as four Dortmund players either miss it by an inch, or let it roll through. In the end, Guerreiro fires high over the crossbar from 20 yards out on his right foot.
DORTMUND STARTING TO SHOW DESIRE
It had been an uninspired start from the home side, but they are beginning to show their desire to win in the last few minutes. Although, Fortuna are remaining incredibly solid and a tough team to break down.
DELANEY SHOWS FIGHT
A perfect tackle in the middle of midfield from the Dane on Fink wins the ball high up the pitch for Dortmund and Delaney brings it forward. Götze makes a run in behind, but the midfielder goes for goal with a curling shot. Just wide from the BVB No.6.
KOWNACKI HEADS WIDE
Another good move from the away side as they find the spaces between Dortmund's midfield and defence down the right. The cross is swung into the box and Kownacki is able to get a glancing header in, but it drifts wide of goal...
DOUBLE DORTMUND CHANCE!
Guerreiro gets onto a loose ball on the edge of the Fortuna box and stabs a shot at goal. It's saved by Rensing, but is only parried back into the middle of the box where Pulisic is racing to get involved. The American reaches it first, but his effort is also blocked and goes behind off of him.
A stunning solo finish from Dodi Lukebakio looks to have put Fortuna in front, but the striker is offside. He is played in behind Weigl - where the offside takes place - but was able to control the ball, and dribble his way through the BVB defence before finishing past Hitz. Alas, for Fortuna, to no avail.
FORTUNA DOING THEIR JOB SO FAR
The home side have been left frustrated so far in this game. Strong build-up play from the back and into midfield, but as soon as the ball reaches the Fortuna third of the pitch, the away side's defence comes alive and is breaking down all Dortmund moves so far.
PULISIC SHOOTS WIDE
First nice connection inside the Düsseldorf box for BVB as Pulisic finds Götze down the right before receiving the ball again in the box. He has defenders in front of him, but works space for a shot on goal, which he can only drag wide of the target.
SLOW START FROM BVB
The home side have had moments of potential in the Düsseldorf half, but mistakes are not helping their cause. Loose touches or misplaced passes aplenty in the opening phase here, but they will surely grow into this one.
AWAY SIDE STARTING WELL
The visitors controlling the ball in the opening exchanges here, and getting plenty of touches of the ball in the home side's half. A few half chances in and around the box, but Hitz has yet to be put to work.
UNDERWAY IN DORTMUND!
Dortmund kicking with the Yellow Wall behind them in this first half against Fortuna Düsseldorf, who are already secured in the Bundesiiga for next season.
NEW THREADS FOR THE HOME SIDE
Dortmund are sporting their new kit in their last home game of the season. Will the new look bring them new luck today?
PULISIC SAYS GOODBYE TO THE FANS
Before the gaming, speaking to the home fans from the pitch, Christian Pulisic says: "Thank you for the wonderful years here. Dortmund will always be a home to me, and I hope we see each other soon."
HITZ IN GOAL
Roman Bürki is out with injury picked up during the week, and therefore Marwin Hitz steps into his place in goal. His only other start in the Bundesliga this season was in the 3-2 win at home to Bayern back in November.
PULISIC AND HIS LAST GOODBYE
Christian Pulisic starts his final home game as a Borussia Dortmund player before he returns to parent club, English Premier League side Chelsea, in the summer. Having scored what could be seen as his best-ever BVB goal last weekend at Bremen, can the American repeat his success to end his Dortmund career at home on a high?
With three central midfielders and only two attack-minded players on the pitch, it looks as if Düsseldorf are expecting a strong Dortmund force to come at them today. Dodi Lukebakio starts on the right side of a five-man midfield, and will look to support Kownacki in attack whenever possible.
SANCHO ON THE BENCH!
Having only trained individually on Friday, Englishman Jadon Sancho is only fit enough for a place on the Dortmund bench at home to Düsseldorf. In his place comes Jacob Bruun Larsen, with Christian Pulisic keeping his place in the starting line-up for his final home game as a Dortmund player.
Rensing – Zimmermann, Ayhan, Hoffmann, Gießelmann – Lukebakio, Stöger, Fink (c), Bodzek, Suttner – Kownacki (SUBS: Drobny, Morales, Barkoko, Raman, Karaman, Hennings, Kaminski)
Hitz – Piszczek (c), Weigl, Akanji, Guerreiro – Witsel, Delaney – Pulisic, Götze, Bruun Larsen – Alcacer (SUBS: Oelschlägel, Sancho, Balerdi, Dahoud, Philipp, Schmelzer, Toprak)
LINE-UPS COMING UP!
On this potential title-deciding day, Borussia Dortmund and Fortuna Düsseldorf meet at the Signal Iduna Park. We'll have the official line-ups coming up very shortly...
Welcome along to the match centre for the game Dortmund vs. Düsseldorf from matchday 33 of the 2018/19 Bundesliga season at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK. Check back here for full information on the match.